“The recent surge, fueled in part by an influx of Syrians, has turned the school into a global melting pot, with 38 countries and more than 35 languages represented. The third most common language, after English and Spanish, spoken at Sullivan? Swahili. How Sullivan got to this point is a fascinating story of a school that not long ago was struggling for survival.” Chicago Mag’s Elly Fishman takes you to a school where hijabs are as common as high tops: Welcome to Refugee High.